Not the smartest hotel in town but it is clean and really friendly. We shared a twin room which provided plenty of space and an excellent view from the window. The bathroom was likewise spacious and the shower worked very well (an important consideration for walkers). Breakfast was good.
The bar appeared fairly lacklustre but the beer was good and, again, the staff were happy to chat. However, we were slightly surprised, in a positive way, to discover the bar full one evening with what appeared to be a choir happily singing along under the banner of Boats For Women. The next night we were entertained by a singer with his guitar. Afterwards, things quietened down and we ordered our night caps. About ten minutes later, around midnight, the place filled again with locals. They laughed and joked until goodness knows what time. We retired at 1am.More